Python bindings and Gtk3
jralls at ceridwen.fremont.ca.us
Tue Aug 8 10:23:10 EDT 2017
> On Aug 8, 2017, at 6:17 AM, Mike Alexander <mta at umich.edu> wrote:
>> On Aug 7, 2017, at 8:51 PM, Sumit Bhardwaj <bhardwajs at gmail.com> wrote:
>> For the tab issue, can you share a screenshot or something to that effect? I am on master build and have tabs on right-hand side as well, but it's perfectly usable.
> It’s certainly usable, I didn’t mean to imply otherwise. It’s just that I have to scroll to see all my tabs where I don’t in the old version. It’s a minor annoyance that should be easily dealt with. I should probably learn enough about Gtk3 to fix it myself, but if I start playing around with that I won’t get any of the things I should be doing done. Also, note that I’m using the X Window version, not the Quartz version. The Quartz version may be quite different (I’m not sure if it’s even being built yet).
I just built quartz on my laptop on the way over from the US last week and pushed the changes.
There's a pango bug, 782393, about drawing double-size with CoreText on a Retina screen; it was revealed by a change to Gtk that's mentioned in the first note on the bug. I've written a patch which is in Gtk-OSX but it's waiting for Bedhad to approve it before I can push it to Pango.
I don't know if the MacPorts X-build uses the CoreText or FontConfig backend for Pango, but if it uses CoreText it might be your problem.
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